GUCCI X MYTHERESA CAPSULE: 70S TAILORING, SILKS AND HOUSE TRADITIONS

Presenting a 46-piece capsule designed by Alessandro Michele.

By Balthazar Malevolent

GUCCI X MYTHERESA CAPSULE: 70S TAILORING, SILKS AND HOUSE TRADITIONS

Luxury e-tailer Mytheresa has launched an exclusive 46-piece menswear capsule line with Gucci, offering ready-to-wear, accessories and footwear alongside the Pre-Fall 2020 line of the brand.

The Australian, Berlin-based band Parcels performs in Gucci's latest menswear.The Australian, Berlin-based band Parcels performs in Gucci's latest menswear.The Australian, Berlin-based band Parcels performs in Gucci's latest menswear.

Typical of Alessandro Michele, the capsule serves us silks, references to the 1970s, and quintessential Gucci touches such as overtly bold "GG" motifs and references to the history of the brand with plenty of horsebit details.

Mytheresa and Gucci have enlisted the Australian band Parcels to star in a lookbook and a music video, in which they are decked head-to-toe in the new Gucci capsule. Many of the highlights from the exclusive drop include a green Horsebit 1955 duffel bag with gold-tone horsebit buckles, the matching shoulder bag which is basically a smaller version of the previous bag, as well as the double-breasted linen and cotton blazer in "Limestone Yellow" featuring a red and gold vintage cuff tag with Gucci branding alongside a French motto that translates to "Gucci whatever the season."

Continuing the spirit of retro luxury is a large variety of silks with pocket squares and ties, as well as a two-piece "GG" windowpane motif suit in brown. The accessories and more subtle items from the capsule could be beautifully matched with pretty much anything in the 46-piece collection, which is rounded out with ribbed boots, tailored leather moccasins, a range of cozy hats, turtleneck sweaters, sunglasses and more.

You can watch Parcels on Mytherea's website in practice. The Mytheresa-exclusive capsule of Gucci Pre-Fall 2020 can now be bought on Mythesa.com.

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